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  1. Dan Barr

    Pitch down on landing

    Hi everyone. Recently bought the A320X, love it and cant get enough of flying it as well as learning its systems. However I have noticed something odd with the Aircraft and its behavior on final. Whenever I have captured G/S or do an RNAV approach, about half a mile on final, the nose will pitch down aggressively (id say, somewhere like maybe 5-7 not quite almost 10, Degrees downward on the PFD) and i struggle to get anything really of a flare, typically landing about 2/4ths or 3/4ths down the runway. I've seen others fly the aircraft and their final usually has their nose slightly pointed a tiny bit upward (On the PFD as well) but still descending on the G/S for the approach, and being able to touch down near, or even on the touchdown markers for the runway. My question, is this aggressive nose down pitch normal and if not, how would i go about fixing it or correcting it. Thanks Dan Barr
  2. "Joystick Curves, Damping and Feel" Settings Guide for FSL A32X v2.0.2.44X View File First of all, I'd like to emphasize on the great job FSL team did on the matter. I, in no way state, that current FSL Flight Control system is wrong or incomplete. Every simmer has a different hardware. The real A32X has extremely difficult to replicate sidestick as it has a staged pneumatic damping by itself. The real "hardware" provides very specific feels and relies on muscle memory. As such, everyone's perception for it's operation may differ. Even among real pilots. We use different techniques, fly in different companies, at different weights and in different conditions. Me, as a real A319 (in the past), A320 (current) and A321 (current) pilot would like to provide my personal vision as to how i perceive the feeling of the A32X flight controls. For me*, the following guide provides closer to the real A/C feel, especially during LANDINGS. *the guide is based on Logitech Extreme 3D joystick. It should be applicable to similarly cheap and low range sticks and probably will have NEGATIVE results on high-end, high range, more expensive joysticks. Feel Icon.bmp Submitter Victor Buchkov Submitted 03/25/20 Category Utilities  
  3. Version 1.0.0

    686 downloads

    First of all, I'd like to emphasize on the great job FSL team did on the matter. I, in no way state, that current FSL Flight Control system is wrong or incomplete. Every simmer has a different hardware. The real A32X has extremely difficult to replicate sidestick as it has a staged pneumatic damping by itself. The real "hardware" provides very specific feels and relies on muscle memory. As such, everyone's perception for it's operation may differ. Even among real pilots. We use different techniques, fly in different companies, at different weights and in different conditions. Me, as a real A319 (in the past), A320 (current) and A321 (current) pilot would like to provide my personal vision as to how i perceive the feeling of the A32X flight controls. For me*, the following guide provides closer to the real A/C feel, especially during LANDINGS. *the guide is based on Logitech Extreme 3D joystick. It should be applicable to similarly cheap and low range sticks and probably will have NEGATIVE results on high-end, high range, more expensive joysticks. Feel Icon.bmp
  4. K_e_n_a_n__A_g_h_a_y_e_v

    A319/A320 Takeoff and Landing Performance Calculator

    Version 2.0

    10593 downloads

    For A320 CFM56-5B4 variant. Based on the FCOM and QRH tables of a particular airplane and might not coincide with the data of MSN modeled by FSLabs. MS Excel REQUIRED. For any questions/suggestions feel free to contact me by PM.
  5. Hi, What is the best way to reposition on short finals. I have been saving the flight in FSX and reloading but i was wondering what others did? Are there any other methods or third party tools? Thanks Kalz
  6. Concorde_mach2

    Brakes After landing

    Hello, i recently purchased the A320. I love it. I got mostly everything figured out. One thing that bugs me is after i land the brakes are on always. Gewrrrr. So I am coming for an approach and i have the auto brake set to whatever. So i touchdown and then apply the reversers. then i turn off the reversers and i press "," for nose wheel steering and at that moment the reversers are off but the brakes are still on. I can turn but i can't move forward. How do I turn off the brakes after landing? Like, complete off. I need to taxi to the gate to deplane. I checked the intro guide but i couldn't make any sense of it.
  7. Connor Anderson

    Brakes

    Hello, I know this issue has been touched on previously, and I have located the 'Brakes' section within the FAQ here on the forums. I may be completely overlooking something here. After landing, I clear the runway and start to taxi into the gate. However, the brakes appear locked. This happens both when I use the manual brakes or when I choose the use auto braking. The plane slows to a stop, and I can't seem to get the brakes off. I appreciate any assistance you would be able to provide. Like I said, I'm clearly overlooking something. Thank you!
  8. Harry46

    [Resolved] Landing Tire Smoke

    Last question from me, I promise. Today. I fail to get any tire smoke when landing - is that normal? Both when I re-fly a recorded flight (FS recorder or FSX instant replay) AND when I watch from outside during a CAT III autoland. When I replay the same recordings with the Aerosoft (or simply land it), he produces tire smoke. Unfortunately difficult to analyse landings without a bit of smoke, as it is hard to see when (and god forbid, how often) what wheel touches down. DX9 and DX10 similar. Again, any insight welcome! cheers, Harry
  9. The runway at SBFN Airport is just 6,086 ft / 1,855 m. But as you can see in the video Concorde-X can land quite safely there :-) [media=] [/media]
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